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Rough Terrain Crane

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Reach dizzying heights with the Rough Terrain Crane!

Item
42082
VIP Points
519
Ages
11+
Pieces
4057

Features

Power up the mighty LEGO® Technic™ Rough Terrain Crane, complete with motorized superstructure, stabilizer legs, winch and boom, plus an array of authentic details and manual functions.

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Enjoy an immense build and play experience with the LEGO® Technic™ 42082 Rough Terrain Crane, our largest and tallest LEGO Technic crane to date, pre-August 2018. Activate the Power Functions and select upper or lower crane mode for complete control over an array of easy‑to‑operate, motorized functions. Lower the stabilizer legs, rotate the superstructure through 360°, operate the lifting winch or send the extendable boom a meter into the air. Manual functions include 4-wheel steering, 4-wheel drive, detailed V8 engine with moving pistons and fan, and adjustable wing mirrors, plus a detailed operator’s cab with an opening door. This amazing model also includes 2 opening compartments with tools, chains and a fire extinguisher, plus 4 outrigger landing plates and 4 LEGO Technic building sections that can be lifted and assembled. This 2‑in‑1 LEGO Technic set comes with a red and black color scheme and can be rebuilt to create a Mobile Pile Driver.

  • Features a LEGO® Power Functions large motor for controlling the cranes upper and lower functions.
  • Select upper and lower crane mode for complete control over an array of easy-to-operate, motorized functions. Lower the stabilizer legs, rotate the superstructure through 360°, operate the lifting winch or send the extendable boom a meter into the air!
  • Manual functions include 4-wheel steering, 4-wheel drive, detailed V8 engine with moving pistons and fan, adjustable wing mirrors and an opening cab door.
  • Hook up the included LEGO® Technic building sections and put your LEGO crane operator skills to the test!
  • Open the door to access the detailed operator’s cab.
  • Open the storage compartments to access the chains, tools and fire extinguisher.
  • Comes with a red and black color scheme.
  • This LEGO® Technic™ Set is designed to provide an immersive and rewarding building experience.
  • The largest and tallest LEGO® Technic™ crane to date—pre-August 2018—with more than 4,050 pieces.
  • 2-in-1 LEGO® Technic™ Set: rebuilds into a Mobile Pile Driver.
  • Rough Terrain Crane measures over 39” (100cm) high, 25” (66cm) long and 10” (26cm) wide in working position, and over 10” (27cm) high, 29” (76cm) long and 7” (20cm) wide in driving position.
  • Mobile Pile Driver measures over 9” (24cm) high, 19” (50cm) long and 7” (20cm) wide in driving position.
Rough Terrain Crane is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very worth the wait I went to the Lego store on release date and purchased this set. I spent a couple of hours each night building it. As a crane it is a fitting replacement for 42009, it is more complex and a lot of fun. It has some features which that crane has, some that 42042 has, and it adds a longer boom. Like 42042, everything runs off of one motor and it is a brilliant instruction on how to use one motor to drive multiple systems, this in itself made me like the crane. There is a lot more to like about this besides its elegant use of transmission of power. When I say this is massive, I am not kidding, it is a meter tall with the boom fully extended. However, the build does not feel overwhelming at all. It is well organized into sections. The instructions are split into two books and the parts are sorted into 13 sections. Finding parts this way is not too daunting. Total build time for me was about twenty hours split over three days. The crane lifts more than I thought it would and the spindle winds and unwinds the cable extremely well. This one won't tangle and the cable unwinds and winds back onto the spool by a very clever use of two pulleys that travel on axles. The designer(s) of this crane did a great job. I just wonder if they took into account the two linear actuators being driven by the same axle,the gears travel in opposite directions which means at times one of the linear actuators may have a larger stress on it. All in all, a great flagship model! Thank you designer(s)
Date published: 2018-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 42082 build Excellent model, loved building it definitely the biggest one built yet. Certainly value for money & a great improvement on 42009. Many great RC functions, would recommend for anyone who fancy a challenge, can be built in about 12 hrs 32mins. I also think that the building is a lovely added feature to finish off the crane.
Date published: 2018-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply epic This has to be one of the best sets ever. The most overwhelming thing is just how easy and user friendly the controls are, especially the steering which is so light and so well designed to move such a large vehicle. This beats all previous cranes, including 42009, hands down.
Date published: 2018-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A really big build This is a tremendous build and pleasantly time consuming. The actual build is quite simple in parts, but in others is very complex, but as always the build instructions are superb. The parts are split into 13 sections, each of which takes more or less one hour to construct, which lends itself to the build being spread over several sessions of one to two hours over several days. The finished item is BIG. The particularly pleasing items are; 1. One motor drives; a. cab rotation through 360 degrees in either direction b. boom raising and lowering c. boom extension d. lifting hook raising and lowering e. stabiliser deployment and retraction All of this is enabled through a very clever gearbox via the selection of the appropriate action with easy to operate, but positive, switches. 2. The cable is wound neatly on the cable drum by means of sideways sliding cable guides, providing a very realistic appearance, unlike the 42009 Mobile Crane, where the cable drum looks a mess by comparison. 3. With the boom fully extended and upright (a full metre high - 20 centimetres higher than the 42009 boom) the cable, when fully wound out, ensures that the hook rests exactly on the ground. A very nice detail. 4. The manual steering is nicely positioned at the rear of the vehicle to both steer and propel the vehicle and, again, a very nice detail is the small rubber wheel provided as the steering wheel which enables very easy manoeuvrability of such a large vehicle. The Lego designers really have added detail which makes a big difference to the "feel" of this model and have surpassed themselves with the superb multi function gearbox. Some "nice to haves" would be; a. a triple telescopic boom as with the 42009, rather than simply the two part boom. Although the latter is probably in keeping with the real thing, the action of the triple boom is very pleasing and perhaps a little "poetic licence" could be allowed? b. infra red control of the on/off power from the battery box to the motor, particularly when operating cab rotation. I have added this facility which greatly improves operation, but I would not change the manual switching between functions, which is part of the magic of this model. c. motor driven steering and drive with infra red control - I have yet to work on this idea. However, I do accept that with such a large, heavy model at least two large motors (perhaps more) would be needed for drive which would push up the price of an already expensive set. As it stands it is well worth the money. Initially I wasn't sure about buying this set, but am really pleased that I did as it's a great addition to my collection of Lego Technic, both for play and display.
Date published: 2018-11-04
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